CRAFTS ARTIST (PALETTE) In the 1913 Girl Scout handbook “to obtain an Artist’s badge a girl must draw or paint in oils or water colors from nature; or model in clay or plasticine or modeling wax from cartoons or from life”.complete one activity from the above description. JULIETTE’S PEARLS SWAP In 1914 Juliette sold a strand of rare matched pearls to pay the rent for the national office.
She said Jewels are not important, but my Girl Scouts are, they need money more than I need pearls . Using the sample shown, make a SWAP for yourself and one to give away.
Using a piece of molded pearls glue it into a necklace shape then add the quote above to your SWAP. DAISY FRIENDSHIP BRACELET You need: 2 feet of HYPERLINK http://makingfriends.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store Code=1&Product Code=1814&Category Code=BJM-CD Rat-tail Satin Cord, 4 Green HYPERLINK http://makingfriends.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store Code=1&Category Code=5BC-1PB Pony Beads, 6 White HYPERLINK http://makingfriends.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store Code=1&Category Code=5BC-1PB Pony Beads 1 Yellow HYPERLINK http://makingfriends.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store Code=1&Category Code=5BC-1PB Pony Bead , HYPERLINK http://makingfriends.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store Code=1&Product Code=AR8-2&Category Code=CB-GGT Tacky Glue Instructions: Coat ends of cord with glue.
String 6 white pony beads.
Loop cord around and feed through bead 1 again.
String 1 yellow pony bead and position it in the center of the flower.
Feed cord back through bead.
Tie a knot on both sides of daisy.
String a green bead on to each side and tie another knot to hold bead in place.
Repeat step four, knotting 2 from first knot.
Trim to size.
Bracelet ties on to wrist. SNACKS COOK (gridiron) BADGE From the 1913 How Girls Can Help Their Country are the requirements for the COOK badge.
One of the requirements is that girls must know how to make two salads.
Find the recipes for two new salads and create them for your troop/group. Also a requirement from the Cook Badge was that a girl needed to know how to make tea, coffee or cocoa.
Here is a recipe for cocoa from Juliette Low’s era. Cocoa Put into a large sauce-pan two ounces of good cocoa (the chocolate nut before it is ground) and one quart of water.
Cover it, and as soon as it has come to a boil, set it on coals by the side of the fire, to simmer for an hour or more.
Take it hot with dry toast. CLOSING JULIETTE LOW TAPS (tune:Taps) On this day, we have come, From the North, from the South, East and West. All your dreams will live on, Juliette.
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